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Do i have to buy a blu-ray player with a coaxial connection to be compatable with the jvc rx e100 home theater receiver?

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No, it has connections for optical and coaxial (*) digital audio.

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com


http://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-RX-E100SLC-Receivers-manual/id/315ci068/t/2/


>>>> * A word on coaxial vs spdif (optical) audio cabling - I always use coaxial if I have the choice because it is A) cheap RCA cable available anywhere in any reasonable length you want to run; B) can be extended and SHARED with other components if you have limited jacks available. You just have to be careful to make sure only one digital source at a time is turned on while using the other; C) RCA cable is impervious to problems arising from tight bends; optical physically delicate and won

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